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Thread: 4 seater DeLorean is finished!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Hill Valley PD View Post
    Extremely cool and really like that you went with the prototype's tan interior motif. Now the whole family can go for a ride at the same time. Brilliant!
    Thanks! Yep I've always loved the prototype interior so wanted to emulate it somewhat with this.

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    Quote Originally Posted by DaraSue View Post
    Nice! Are you going to bring it to DCS so we can all gawk?
    Unfortunately no, I can't make it to that show this year. Maybe some other year!

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    Great Job!

    You did a wonderful job on these changes. Real hard to believe there is enough room but WOW!

    Rims also real set off the car nicely.

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    Wow! Impressive feat of engineering to get it looking that good and functional. Bravo!
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    Quote Originally Posted by dmcjohn View Post
    It is using the original Renault Alpine GTA manifold and 2 inch stainless pipe into twin stainless Flowmaster mufflers. It's really loud in person! I need to fit some sound deadening into the car.
    I've actually seen a 1986 Renault GTA Turbo and a 1985 Renault Alpine 310 in person at the Lane Auto Museum in Nashville, TN. They were parked right next to each other. The former reminded me of a younger, distant cousin to the DeLorean. I highly recommend a trip if you want to see some really obscure European automobiles. Again, stunning work!


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    I was at the Lane last month. Outstanding place, but neither Alpine was on display when I visited.
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    Phenomenal work man! I had been following this through one of the facebook groups since you started and am genuinely impressed! This was no small task and such a major feat of engineering
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    Nice Job John! 10, 10, 10, 10, 10's!

    Any plans for future cup holders on the back center console? Lovin' the interior color! A+
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    Quote Originally Posted by NorthEastJBD View Post
    You did a wonderful job on these changes. Real hard to believe there is enough room but WOW!

    Rims also real set off the car nicely.
    +1 Congratulations on a one of a kind car!
    Dana

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    Very cool. The color does work very well for it too... who says grey or black are the only options...hehe
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